"It was clear the situation was going to explode. I was moving around from place to place shouting in Hebrew 'Don’t shoot! There are Israelis!' and luckily no one was shot."
"I think the entire process is the greatest thing in the world. I hope I get to make more movies and I hope I don't lose that feeling."
"I would describe The Room in five words: doll, love reverie, sex and pain."
What would you be doing if you weren't making films? "Maybe a painter or a writer, probably unemployed."
"The main rule is: making the movie is a “work in progress” till the last day — never stop digging to find the most valuable form or truth."
"I discovered that I really really want to become a father!"
"Making films is physical work, and there is absolutely no guarantee that the end result will be any good, no matter how hard you and your friends try."
On Tuesday's show, director Adam Leon and the stars of Narrative Feature Grand Prize winner (and official ND/NF selection!) "Gimme the Loot" sat down to discuss their film. Other guests included filmmakers from "Starlet," "Tchoutipoulas," "$ellebrity," plus another edition of our critics roundtable.
Morgan Spurlock, the filmmakers behind festival entries "Decoding Deepak," "Jeff," and "Gayby," Tim League of the Alamo Drafthouse, and a roundtable of critics from the LA Times, L Magazine and Hammer to Nail make up today's edition of the Daily Buzz from SXSW.